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Barzani: Current status of disputed Kurdish territories is not acceptable

2018/06/12 | 19:55

(Iraq Now News)-

Date: 2018/06/12 - 7:22 PM

WAAR-DUHOK:

Prominent Kurdish leader and the president of ruling Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) Masoud Barzani, reiterated on Tuesday that the way out of the current crisis in Iraq is through genuine partnership, consensus and balanced power that could determine the structure of Iraq’s future government. 

The Kurdish leader, who has also served as Kurdistan Region’s President, said that the people of Kurdistan put the emphasis on the accomplishment of the principle of a true partnership in the post-election Iraq. 

Barzani also touched upon the current situation in the Kurdish province of Kirkuk under the control of Iraqi forces since last October, saying that imposing one side’s will over the disputed Kurdish territories is not acceptable, and that the fate of these areas should be determined through the article 140 of the Iraqi Constitution.

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